A Manufacturing Company’s Partnership with City Personnel

A leading manufacturing company faced significant obstacles in its recruitment efforts – experiencing a lack of recruiting resources, a need for specialized skills with a limited local talent market, and persistent hiring hurdles. Seeking a solution to these obstacles, they sought a strategic partnership with City Personnel to help revolutionize their recruitment strategy.

In this case study, we will respect our client's privacy by referring to them as 'the Client.'

Challenges

  • Limited recruiting and HR resources
  • Scarcity of local talent
  • Required bilingual proficiency for open positions
  • Bilingual proficiency and specialized skills needed
  • Facing global competition

Results

By building a case for outsourcing recruiting efforts, the manufacturing company achieved the following results: 

  1. Reduced internal team burden, enabling HR personnel to focus on core tasks.
  2. Over 16 years, City Personnel facilitated numerous technical/engineering and sales placements.
  3. Through executive searches, City Personnel was able to identify a larger pool of qualified candidates.

Approach

  1. Needs Assessment: City Personnel conducted an in-depth analysis of hiring needs, defining technical skills, qualifications, and cultural fit for each role, forming a strong recruitment campaign.
  2. Executive Search: City Personnel harnessed their recruiters’ technical knowledge and tech tools to access local and nationwide talent, sourcing candidates with required skills and language proficiency.
  3. Industry-Specific Knowledge and Market Research: City Personnel consistently leverages industry-specific insights and conducts market research, to include market trends and salary benchmarks, to inform their recruitment strategy.
  4. Negotiation: City Personnel harnessed the collective negotiation skills of their recruiters to handle job offers, salaries, and position the manufacturing company competitively on a global scale.

Conclusion

The Client’s partnership with City Personnel served as a catalyst for revolutionizing their recruitment efforts.

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